Oh, you know, just another post about small steps and slow starts. It’s about your work, but really can be applied to any choices in life. The Best Way to Pursue Your Life’s Work By Jeff Goins.
You can get praised by many people, but the one person who says something negative tends to stick in your mind, right? Here’s a great post about that. When One is Greater than One Thousand, By Shawn Groves
Depression/Anxiety are part of my story. If it’s part of your story, you know it can be a lonely one. I was encouraged when seeing the recent outpouring of support from Christian writers for helping those with mental illness, and how the church can do a better job helping people. If this is something you’d like to know more about, this link includes summaries from posts around the internet: Mental Illness and the Church: Some Helpful Honesty from Christian Leaders You May Know By Ed Stetzer.
Cori and I not only like to dabble in the web and bring you tips on how to be better moms, figure out how to make changes in your life that you will actually stick with but…we are on Twitter too. I tend to be a little more sarcastic when I write my tweets. 🙂 Today I found someone on Twitter that I immediately hit “follow” for. This person is sarcastic, they are down to earth and are talking about things that need to be said…and they do this in a way that is just…perfect. If you want to follow this person as well…find them at @CelebrityPastor
Since we are talking about getting rid of pop this month I found a few articles that are interesting and a good motivation for me to keep that Diet Pepsi as far away as possible.
Unhooked: A Writer talks about her addiction to pop and how she quit and the reasons behind it (we are talking medical here…and some things I didn’t even realize and some that I have heard myself!)
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